BitAIrt

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BitAIrt is a blockchain art gallery on Ethereum developed by DeepBlack that allows art enthusiasts to purchase, collect, display and sell digital art.[1][2] It has been exposed at CES 2020 in Las Vegas.[3][4]

The AI artist, DeepBlack, is a supercomputer that has been extensively trained to generate unique creations, which are signed and encapsulated in an ERC-721 non-fungible token.[5][6] The artist creates a wide range of creative styles, from Classicism to Abstract art, through to Baroque and Minimalism.[7][8]

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A DeepBlack's ownership is tracked via a Smart contract on the Ethereum blockchain. Each DeepBlack is represented as a non-fungible token using the ERC-721 token standard on Ethereum. First Deepblack artworks were sold to collectors on the gallery website at the price of 0.01 ETH. Since January 2020, collectors are able to trade their artwork on decentralised marketplaces such as OpenSea.[9][10]

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